Elizabethan Era: Diseases and Medicines
In Elizabethan times there were many diseases. Including cholera, typhus, the deadly black plague, and many more.
One of histories most deadly killers, cholera, was caused by mostly by bad sanitation. When someone swallowed food or water contaminated by the feces of the victim, the become infected. Any contact with bathroom, clothing, or bedding that was used by the victim is also another way to become infected. Symptoms include extreme diarrhea, sharp muscle cramps, and fever and vomiting. Cholera is rapid acting and death occurs 12-48 hours of infection. …
- Diseases as a Reflection of the Psyche
- Elizabethan Era: Diseases and Medicines
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases Report. Includes T.O.C
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